KABUL till 2020, signaling its readiness to train 100 Afghan pilots and restore their helicopters.
The promise was held out by Czech President MilošZemanduring a meeting with his Afghan counterpart Ashraf Ghani on the sidelines of the NATO summit in Warsaw.
A statement from the Presidential Palace said Ghani welcome Czech Republic’s assistance to Afghanistan, thankingfor extended cooperation with Afghanistan.
He urged the Czech Republic to provide technical assistance to energy-deficient Afghanistanin building water dams. He hailed the creation of helicopters’ restoration centers inside Afghanistan, asking saying plans in this regard should be shared.